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Scottish Borders

Walks in the Scottish Borders 

Wide open spaces and sensational scenery make the Scottish Borders the perfect place for walkers all year round – whether it’s a gentle stroll or something more demanding. There are some 1500 miles of dedicated walking routes in the Scottish Borders, many of them themed, so you will often find yourself following in the footsteps of famous names from history.

From the high moorlands around St Mary’s Loch to the rugged coastlines of Berwickshire, the Borders is an area of 1800 sq miles of breathtaking natural splendour. It is home to six national walks including over a third of the 212-mile Southern Upland Way and, at Kirk Yetholm, the official finishing point for the 268-mile Pennine Way.

The 60-mile St Cuthbert’s Walk traces the life of one of the north’s best loved saints who ministered at nearby Melrose before ending up on Holy Island where he served as Bishop of Lindisfarne.

The Borders Abbey Way (65 miles) connects the Borders four great abbeys at Jedburgh, Melrose, Kelso and Dryburgh. Made up of four sections it offers a route that takes in some of the main towns in the Borders and runs right past our door! You can download a copy of the Selkirk to Melrose section at the bottom of the page.

Soak up the history of Selkirk by following the Selkirk Town Trail from Halliwell's Close to Pant Well. You can download a copy at the bottom of the page.

The Borders Abbey Way - Selkirk to Melrose (990kb)        Selkirk Town Trail (2.2mb)

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